News: York (12 Oct. 1900)
Contact: Duane Horn
Snyder, Parrott, Gibson, Johnson, Fuchs, Lawrence, Ide,
O’Brian, Fulwiler, Whalen
Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark County, Wis.) 12 Oct.
Albion Snyder and "better half" Sundayed in York.
Since our last writing, Mrs. J. Parrott has been very low, but we are glad to say she is on the gain now.
J. Parrot was called home from Medford last week by the illness of his wife, and will return today. He is foreman for the Standard Lumbering Co. at that place.
Herb Gibson is very low with typhoid pneumonia at present. Dr. Fuchs of Loyal, is attending him.
Mrs. E. Johnson is on the sick list.
We understand that Cash Ide has been called to Eau Claire county in the employ of the government.
T. O'Brian and family of Minneapolis are visiting relatives in this vicinity.
A. P. Fulwiler and family intend to move onto their farm in the near future.
G. Whalen, Verd Snyder and W. O'Brian are at Medford, working in the woods.
Wm. Lawrence expects to attend the State University at Madison the coming winter.
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